Boden Davidson, Esq. strives to provide fair, conscientious, and compassionate solutions for all California family law issues.
California law is particularly exacting in the arena of unlawful detainers. Boden Davidson, Esq. has developed an ecosystem of technology and human assets to quickly and efficiently address both residential and commercial unlawful detainers, more commonly known as evictions. Most restrictions on evictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic in California
Real estate is one of Boden Davidson's main areas of legal practice. Real estate, i.e., real property, has been a special asset for people for millennia because of its uniqueness and non-fungibility: each square foot is not exactly the same as even the adjacent square feet. Boden Davidson, Esq.
Copyright law exists to protect property rights in various types of creative works, such as art, books, music, movies, computer software, video games, etc. These works are protected to the extent that they are the result of creative efforts, and are unique from other works. A new work that is
Trademark law exists to protect both businesses and consumers. Businesses can gain trademark protection for certain 'assets' of the business: primarily, the name of the business and their logo or icon. Trademark law protects consumers by preventing companies from passing their products or services off using the name or logo
In the United States, like many other countries, you automatically have a copyright in a work (to the extent that it is copyrightable) as soon as you have created it. Registration of your copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office is not mandatory, but it is highly advisable to register
Infringement of copyrighted works on peer-to-peer (P2P) and BitTorrent networks continues to be a significant challenge for creative companies and individuals. The massive scale of the infringements alone results in many copyright owners or holders simply "give up" and do not attempt to seek enforcement of their copyrights on these
Peer-to-peer file sharing, one-click hosters and streaming sites may be the more apparent and well-known realms of piracy on the internet, but copyright infringement also frequently occurs in a more traditional manner on the internet. The scenario is where the owner of a website places the copyrighted content of another
Increasing broadband penetration and speed, as well as the availability of relatively cheap hosting and hardware, has seen a shift in copyright infringement on the internet to so-called one-click hosts and streaming sites. Peer-to-peer, decentralized networks developed when internet speeds made the downloading of large files difficult. Now that internet